Music is a tool for Snohomish County’s most vulnerable.

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Music is a tool.

Music is more than a means of self-expression. When we hear and engage with music, we’re using multiple parts of our minds. It forms a bridge between sections of the brain. A senior might tap her feet. A youth might hum along. A veteran might count the notes.

Wwe use music as a tool to heal, to learn, and to improve the quality of life in our communities.

The Music Project Story

At the Snohomish County Music Project, we’re using Music Therapy to aid seniors, adults 55+, veterans, adolescents, and grade-school children. Our work tackles the challenges people face in coping with PTSD, Alzheimer’s, drug addiction, and depression. It’s hard work.

The Music Project began in 2010. At the time, The Everett Symphony Orchestra fell on hard times and restructured. The orchestra continues today at the Everett Philharmonic. However, much of the community service and philanthropic goals continued at the Snohomish County Music Project.

We’re a local 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides services, most of which are provided at no cost to the communities we serve.

One mission. Many communities.